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15 Old World Things That Are On The Verge Of Extinction!

Technology is like flowing water which keeps on changing its course and yet is essential for survival of the living. With each progress, our life only becomes simpler. Technological advancements come in leaps and bounds, a new gadget doesn’t have to struggle to make its place and replace the old ones. Its nature’s law of balance or what we call as survival of the fittest.
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